- An Emacs clojure-mode, and that provides some support for the SLIME Lisp development environment;
- An Eclipse plugin, Clojure-dev;
- A NetBeans plugin, Enclojure.
At this point, the most advanced version is Enclojure. Having been an Eclipse user for the past few years, learning a new tool has been somewhat annoying, but most of the features are present in NetBeans. The key advantage of Enclojure (over Clojure-dev) at this point is the ability to connect to a remote REPL, which is a very cool feature that I'll talk more about in a future post.